Summary: President's Report 200910
Art in the President's rePort
The images of new buildings on the Grounds in the 200910 President's Report
were captured by architectural photographer Scott Smith (Architecture '94). Mr.
Smith spent several days over the spring and fall visiting recently constructed
University facilities made possible by private support. Many of those buildings are
included here. Thanks in large part to the Campaign for the University of Virginia,
these new facilities for teaching and research are serving U.Va. students and
faculty today. The buildings, which house various disciplines across the Grounds,
are essential investments in higher education and the future of the University.
About the Cover
The front cover is Carr's Hill by Richard Crozier, professor of painting and drawing
in the McIntire Department of Art. Mr. Crozier also painted the view of the Rotunda
from Carr's Hill for the Financial Report interior cover on page thirty-five.
FAYerWeAther hALL | College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
A long skylight is among the original architectural features restored in the
renovated Fayerweather Hall, which houses the art history program and
encompasses the Carl H. and Martha S. Lindner Center for Art History. Natural
light brightens offices and other interior areas. The renovation provided offices